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World-leading expert on slavery is doing a Reddit AMA

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On 8 May at 3pm British time, Professor Kevin Bales will sit down to answer questions about contemporary slavery on the popular social news and discussion website Reddit
Date:
24 April 2017

New MA in Slavery and Liberation

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Applications are now being accepted for our new MA in Slavery and Liberation, starting in September 2017.
Date:
05 April 2017

New volume on Exploitation released in CSSGJ book series

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The Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice is pleased to announce a new title in the Rowman & Littlefield International book series, Studies in Social and Global Justice.
Date:
23 March 2017

Sir Francis Hill Scholarship - applications now open

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Applications are now being accepted for the Sir Francis Hill Scholarship offered by the University Graduate School (deadline 28 April 2017).
Date:
13 March 2017

Papers and presentations available from third Climate Ethics and Climate Economics conference

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We are pleased to announce that all the materials from our conference on 'Fat Tails - Imposing and Redistributing Risks' are now available online.
Date:
10 March 2017

Call for papers for fifth workshop on Climate Ethics and Climate Economics

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The fifth workshop in the ESRC-funded Climate Ethics and Climate Economics seminar series will take place in Cambridge on 8-10 May 2017.
Date:
06 March 2017

Call for papers for postgraduate conference in Politics and IR

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The fifth annual Nottingham postgraduate conference in Politics and International Relations will be held on Thursday 15 June 2017.
Date:
02 March 2017

Making Nottingham slavery-free

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There are 46 million slaves around the world today, including thousands in the UK. But Nottingham took the first steps towards becoming a slavery-free city on Friday 18th November, through a public debate organised by the University of Nottingham and hosted at Nottingham Trent University
Date:
22 November 2016

Expressions of Interest invited for Nottingham Research Fellowships

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The School of Politics and International Relations invites expressions of interest for the Nottingham Research Fellowships (deadline 4 November 2016).
Date:
13 September 2016

PhD success for Gorkem Altinors

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The School of Politics and International Relations is delighted to announce that Gorkem Altinors has successfully passed his PhD viva.
Date:
13 September 2016
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